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Topic: Gazebo In The Garden

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Cecil Lee



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Posted on: Wed, 18 Aug 1999, 13:26 PM,
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Hi,

The `secret' ingredient for Garden Feng Shui is always -> Plants/Trees. This is because with surrouding Plants/Trees, you get birds coming to the house.

It is good to have birds around the house and this is considered auspicious.

In general, it is equally good to have a bird feeder so long as:

1. It is not of an " odd " shaped that may represent a `monster', or any unknown figurine.

2. It does not have pointed arrows that point towards the main entrance door or a window of the house.

3. Any objects or figurines with open mouth pointing towards the house.

I remembered reading one of Evelyn Lips book where there was this "frog" with an open mouth facing a rich man's house.

There were lots of problems he faced and it was only discovered late when a Feng Shui Master checked the surrounding during low tide and found the shape of a frog facing the house. By then it was already too late, if I am not mistaken death, etc...

The remedy was to place an object in the mouth to `satisfy' the frog e.g. symbolic of food in it's mouth.

Here, you will understand that symbolism in Feng Shui is important as shown by many earlier examples.

Thanks.

Cecil

On 8/18/99 12:30:22 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:

>Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

>

>I learned that the symbolism

>is important in the feng shui.

>Does keeping a small gazebo

>shaped bird feeder in the

>garden means that we are

>situating a gazebo in the

>garden.

>So will it considered a bird

>feeder or a miniature gazebo.

>Thanks.

>




 

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Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

I learned that the symbolism is important in the feng shui. Does keeping a small gazebo
shaped bird feeder in the garden means that we are situating a gazebo in the garden.
So will it considered a bird feeder or a miniature gazebo. Thanks.

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